Freedom of speech, abolishment of slavery, women’s right to vote, and two-term limit on Presidencies are just a few of the 27 amendments to our constitution.  


Democracy for All Amendment (SJ Res 5/ HJ Res 22)

Provides Congress and the states with the authority to determine reasonable regulations on campaign financing and distinguish between natural persons and other artificial entities under campaign finance laws.  Key sponsors: Sens. Udall, Sanders/Reps. Deutch, Edwards, McGovern.

We The People Act: (HJ Res 48)

Clarifies that only human beings, not legal entities like corporations, are entitled to the protections of the Constitution, and stating that political campaign spending is not protected by the first amendment.  Key Sponsors: Rep. Nolan, Rep. Jones

People’s Rights Amendment (SJ Res 18/HJ Res 23)

Makes it clear that corporations do not have constitutional rights, as if they were people.  Key Sponsors: Senator Jon Tester /Rep. Jim McGovern


  • 42 states have already taken action towards the 28th Amendment!
  • 17 states legislatures have called to overturn Citizens United
  • 4 states have called for a Article V Amendment Convention (IL, VT, CA, NJ).
  • 2 states have directly voted to overturn Citizens United on a state ballot (MT & CO)
  • Washington and California should be voting to overturn Citizens United on their state ballots in Nov 2016
  • 700 cities or towns have called for a constitutional amendment
  • Over 80% of Americans support an amendment
  • Over 140 groups are working to GET THE MONEY OUT of politics
  • The 113th Congress proposed 14 amendments
  • Over 150 members of Congress support a constitutional amendment

Here's a great article where President Obama talks about the need for an Amendment.


  • Read, share and sign our Money In Politics A To Z Guide and Petition
  • Sign the Free Speech For People petitions (They support two bills) 
    • Rep. McGovern's H.J.Res. 20 restores Congress' and the states' authority to limit campaign gifts and spending in all categories; it's similar to Senator Udall's bill, S.J.Res. 19, which has 20 U.S. Senate co-sponsors
    • Rep. McGovern's H.J.Res. 21 makes it clear that corporations do not have constitutional rights, as if they were people; it has bi-partisan support in the House from Rep. Walter Jones (R-NC), along with many other co-sponsors.  It's identical to Senator Tester's bill, S.J.Res. 18


UNITED FOR THE PEOPLE is the place to go for the latest updates on Constitutional Amendment. 

Here’s their map of existing local and state resolutions


Move To Amend has a great Take Action Toolkit

See if your Candidate has Pledged to Amend